|Title:||"Not I, but the Wind..."|
|Publisher:||The Viking Press|
The title comes from the first line of D. H. Lawrence’s poem “Song of a Man Who Has Come Through.” It is a story of the life of Frieda and D. H. Lawrence as they travel around the world and live in Mexico, New Mexico, and Florence, and it is told mainly through D. H. Lawrence’s letters to Frieda and her mother. [Suggest a different description.]
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